Slabs is a collection of poetry dealing in and out of the body through various sites including; home, memory, books, and ritual. It is a meditation on self care, sexuality, and identity through a dis/embodied subject in the water, the home, and in the streets. It is a collection of tender sincerities and queer awakening.
Slabs alternately satisfies and provokes, as it constructs a bridge between the sacred and the sexual, the mortal and the transcendent; the constantly vanishing figure and its lingering traces.
“There are lists. There are back slashes that offer more than one way, another way, options, and you read the multiplicity. The language cannot rest in its own sentences, because these sentences are without end stops, without comma. Where is the breath?”